The City of Cleburne Fire/Rescue recently decided to make the move to
Emergicon to increase cash collections and their cash per transport. The
City of Cleburne did not believe that they were receiving what they were
paying for in a billing partner. Emergicon was able to expedite the go-live
date and effectively step in alleviating the burden while increasing cash
collections from virtually day one!
We are very pleased to be able to work with such a fine group of people as
those with The City of Cleburne.
EMERGICON, LLC names Michelle Boyd as Vice President, Operations
Growing Ambulance Billing Service Provider Expands Leadership Team
EMERGICON, a Texas-based ambulance billing service, announced that Michelle Boyd has joined the company as Vice President of Operations. Boyd brings more than a decade of experience in ambulatory transportation and related healthcare billing, insurance, and operations roles.
In this newly-created position, Boyd will oversee all EMERGICON reimbursement services and team members, including billing, collections, payment posting, and accounts receivable transactions as well as the QA and compliance accuracy that supports these steps. EMERGICON provides ambulance and EMS reimbursement collection services for more than 100 municipalities in Texas.
“Michelle is already making an impact for our clients,” says EMERGICON’s President and CEO, Christopher Turner. “She is constantly identifying and implementing ways to collect the most revenue to support Texas EMS providers and their patients.”
“After ten years in ambulatory transportation, I’ve seen it all,” says Boyd, “Especially how long it can take for clients to get the return on the work they do. My philosophy is simple: let’s bill it right and get money in the door faster.”
Michelle earned her MBA in Healthcare Management from Baker College as well as an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Bethany College.
EMERGICON Presents: Education by the Sea
Join us for Education By The Sea!
Mark your calendars now for Education By The Sea in conjunction with the Port Aransas EMS Conference!
Reserve your seat now, space is limited!
EMERGICON is proud to be involved with the Port Aransas EMS Conference.
A KBTX-TV news story reports on the renewal of EMERGICON services in College Station
The city of College Station says it is seeing fewer people skip out on paying bills for things like ambulance rides. As College Station grows, the amount of medical related calls is also climbing. For the last five years, the city has outsourced that job to a private company.
“Medical billing in general is very complicated and what we’re trying to do here is recapture costs on especially our ambulance rides and all the EMS services that we offer. We have to recapture costs from the individual’s health insurance and that can be really challenging for in house staff,” said College Station City Council Member James Benham.